Thursday, December 13, 2018

Sauce Pizzeria on East 12th Street in the East Village is owned and operated by Adam Elzer, who we we recently photographed his duplex apartment located right above the #pizzeria for @6sqft.

@saucepizzerianyc specializes in classic, thin crust style pies 🍕with a side of Grandmother’s gravy for dipping crusts. They use homemade sourdough starter, organic malted flour, fresh sauces and a unique cheese 🧀 blend to create their pizza’s signature flavor. To see the interior photos and read more about Adam’s duplex please visit: https://www.6sqft.com/my-1600sqft-adam-elzer-shares-what-its-like-to-live-above-his-own-east-village-pizzeria/


Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Trivia Tonight! MAS and Urban Archive will team up with photographers and authors, James and Karla Murray, for a night of trivia inspired by our great city.

Tonight!
Wednesday, December 12, 5:30—8:00 PM, at Center for Architecture, MAS and Urban Archive will team up with photographers and authors, James and Karla Murray, for a night of trivia inspired by our great city. Aligned with the MAS 125th anniversary exhibit, Toward a Livable City, we will put your knowledge to the test in three rounds covering the themes of New York then and now, MAS history (look for clues throughout the exhibit!), and iconic dining locations that help define the delicious reputation of the five boroughs.

https://www.mas.org/ev…/urbanist-exclusive-nyc-trivia-night/


"25-foot toy soldiers flanking a two-story Santa that speaks!" Photographs from our Christmas-y night out in Dyker Heights Brooklyn for 6sqft...

Full article: https://www.6sqft.com/see-this-years-completely-outrageous-dyker-heights-christmas-lights/


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Photographs from our Christmas-y night out in Dyker Heights Brooklyn for 6sqft...

Full article: https://www.6sqft.com/see-this-years-completely-outrageous-dyker-heights-christmas-lights/

"Where else can you see 25-foot toy soldiers, a two-story Santa, or a house decked out with 30,000 lights other than Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. The suburban neighborhood, historically a quiet, Italian-American enclave, has been putting on its legendary holiday spectacle since 1986, when Lucy Spata moved to the area. Her over-the-top Christmas displays started as a way to honor her mother’s memory (she also loved holiday decorations) and quickly her neighbors followed suit. Today, Lucy is known around town as “Mrs. Claus” and the Dyker Heights lights attract up to 150,000 visitors each season. 6sqft’s resident photographers, James and Karla Murray, recently visited Dyker Heights and captured the outrageous lights and decorations in all their glory. And they were even lucky enough to meet Lucy herself!"



Grotta Azzurra was founded in 1908 by the Davino family in Little Italy , NYC.

The restaurant was named for the Blue Grotto on the Isle of Capri and is one of the first place to serve “Lobster Fra Diavolo” (brother devil in Italian) a dish invented in America, not Italy. We love the restaurant’s overhanging #neonsign as well as the decorative lights strung across the width of the street.